How To Spot Rental Market Scams In 2021

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Rental market scams are on the rise across the United States as scammers are eager to prey on renters who are looking for affordable rental properties. Thankfully, it’s easier than ever before for renters to avoid rental market scams because most scammers are typically trying the same old tricks as before and when a renter…

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How To Show Your Property As A Long Distance Landlord

Years ago, when a landlord owned a property that was located out of state, they typically kept the key to the property hidden under the doormat, or some other remote part of the property, so that they could tell tenants how to get into the property if they had to show the property remotely. Times…

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What will the rental market look like in 2021?


If you owned rental properties in Stockton, Modesto, or elsewhere in the Central Valley area, you may be wondering what the rental market is going to look like in 2021. This is an excellent question to ask because it’s been a tough year for the rental market, especially for landlords. Some landlords have at least…

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Report: How Coronavirus is changing living situations

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There’s no denying that Coronavirus has been a once-in-a-lifetime Pandemic that’s changed the course of this country but the big question is how has it affected living situations? In this article, we will provide you with data on how Coronavirus has changed living situations and the rental market. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected so many…

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How To Write A Rental Property Listing

One of the most important things that you have to do as a landlord is to write a good rental property listing. If you’ve been unable to write a good rental property listing in the past that offered a prospective tenant more than just the number of bedrooms and bathrooms at your rental property has…

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82% of Southern California tenants pay June rent on time

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Eight of every 10 Southern California tenants with a rent check due paid on time in June, U.S. Census data show. Responses to the Census Bureau’s latest “pulse survey” for the region show 82% of those answering the survey question, “Did you pay your last month’s rent on time,” said yes. Thirteen percent said during…

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Vote planned to end California’s eviction ban

A statewide moratorium on evicting tenants during the coronavirus pandemic could end in the next 2 ½ weeks, triggering what some fear could be “a wave of evictions” unless lawmakers reinstate the ban. California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, who chairs the state Judicial Council, announced Friday, July 24, that she plans to hold a vote…

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